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Dmb Dmb, Pt. 2


A friend points out yet another facet of idiocy in Dave Matthews’ anti-war statement. Writes Matthews: “Is [Saddam] our target because he is easier to identify than [al Qaeda's] illusive terrorist network?” According to most dictionaries, illusive means unreal, as in not existing. Perhaps the DMB frontman means elusive, as in baffling. As a college professor of mine used to say, the difference between the right word and the wrong word is the difference between chicken salad and chicken [*censored*]. I guess we know what that makes Dave Matthews.


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